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    • 128. Redington Shores Anchorage

      128. Redington Shores Anchorage
      Statute Mile 125.5
      Lat/Lon: near 27 49.676 North/082 49.705 West
      Location: found on the charted cove south of unlighted daybeacon #1
      Minimum Depth: 7 feet
      Swing Room: sufficient room for vessels as large as 45 feet
      Foul Weather Shelter: very good

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      Comments from Cruisers (1)

      1. Laura -  April 1, 2015 - 11:28 am

        We stayed at this anchorage for 2 nights week of March 23rd and it was SUPER nice. We were guided in by the instructions in Claiborne’s Cruising Guide and he was spot on. It is very shallow in the middle of this anchorage, so hugging the Southern shoreline it was plenty deep. There are two restaurants nearby, Seabreeze and Wahoo’s – we ate at Seabreeze one night and the food was good. There is Happy Hour all day every day $2 drafts and they have some inexpensive bar food items ($4.99 grouper cheeks, and some other tasty items as well) There is a public park with a dock to get off and walk across the street to the beach. There is a 7-Eleven within walking distance for ice ($2.99 a bag) and whatnot. There’s a trolley that runs the whole length of the beach as well, if you really want to go exploring, it’s very reasonable. The water was deepest just off the fishing boat fleet, we had no problems. There is a bank of high rise condos to the South but they didn’t bother us, and most people were nice. We even had one guy track us down at the bar as he admired our boat out there, and we met some nice folks. We will definitely be back to this anchorage.

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